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Downtown in Business welcome The Open as a New Partner

Downtown in Business are delighted to announce that we will be working with The Open ahead of the Championship’s return to Royal Liverpool in July, 2023.

Downtown in Business are delighted to announce we will be working with The Open ahead of the Championship’s return to Royal Liverpool in July, 2023.

Rory McIlroy lifted the Claret Jug the last time The Open was held at Royal Liverpool in 2014. The course will stage the Championship for the 13th time in 2023.

Downtown in Business Managing Director, Chris McKenna commented ‘’We are delighted to be working with the team at The Open again. Liverpool City Region will not only benefit from playing hosts to a world-class event that is watched by a global audience, but the work The Open do around grassroots golf can also leave a legacy for the region.’’

Head of Hospitality at The Open, Brett Tonkyn added ‘’The R&A are thrilled to be joining Downtown in Business ahead of the Championship’s much anticipated return to Royal Liverpool in 2023. With the huge level of interest in The Open both regionally and globally, we anticipate the economic benefit to the North West to be in excess of £100m.

After record-breaking demand for our premium experiences at The 150th Open at St Andrews this July, we are looking forward to providing even more fans and businesses with the chance to experience the magic of golf’s original Championship up close at Royal Liverpool. Your investment in our premium experiences and tickets at The Open helps to ensure that the game of golf continues to thrive in 50 years.”

To purchase tickets for the 15st Open in 2023 visit: https://www.theopen.com/Hospitality2023

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